Keepmoat Stadium, March 19, 3pm
THOUGH they will not have done so at a canter like many would have predicted after the early months of the season, QPR look almost certain to achieve promotion to the top flight.
Neil Warnock has done a remarkable job getting a money powered juggernaut moving in the right direction after a couple of years of stagnation.
Bumps have been encountered but Rangers have strolled past most, especially at home where just one defeat has been suffered.
FEW managers draw as much controversy and bile from supporters and peers as Neil Warnock. But it is hard to argue he has been one of the most successful in the Football League’s recent history.
While Rangers have been blessed with strong finances for several years now, no manager has been able to craft a winning formula from that until now.
Should Rangers go up, former Rotherham and Barnsley winger Warnock will have the distinction of taking three different clubs into the top flight after promotions with Notts County and Sheffield United.